840 Queens Plate Dr | The Lexington Condominium Residences | Toronto, ON
About this condo
Turner Fleischer Architects is a jack-of-all-trades, having worked on everything from the adaptive repurposing of Maple Leaf Gardens to the sleep design of Nespresso’s Toronto flagship store. These adaptable architects were able to flex their creative muscles when planning The Lexington Condominium Residences, resulting in an elegant, black and white tower at 840 Queens Plate Drive.
The condo was developed in 2017 by Royal Grand Developments and reaches to a cool 17 storeys. Not too big and not too small, 840 Queens Plate Drive contains 170 Toronto condos in all. And as for the amenities at The Lexington Condominium Residences, there’s a concierge, gym, meeting room, party room, and bicycle parking.
Prospective residents looking for cozy, one bedroom Toronto condos for sale have come to the right place, and so have small families seeking something a little roomier — pun intended. While the smallest units at 840 Queens Plate Dr start at around 500 square feet, the largest reach to 1,300 and contain two bedrooms plus a den.
The Lexington Condominium Residences straddle the line between elegant and modern. Bright, modern living spaces feature laminate flooring, plus ceramic tiles in foyers, kitchens, bathrooms, and laundry rooms. The kitchens are particularly sleek, with clean lines, maple kitchen cabinets, granite countertops, and stainless steel appliances.
While 9-foot ceilings are the standard at 840 Queens Plate Dr, suites on the 1st, 10th, and 17th floors boast ceiling heights of 10 feet. And those who are concerned about water and energy consumption will be pleased to hear that these homes feature low-flow bath and showerheads, low-consumption toilets, and energy-efficient thermal windows.
An address like 840 Queens Plate Dr is pretty exciting: residents live down the street from some of Etobicoke’s most sought-after attractions. To start, there’s Woodbine Mall, a large shopping centre that’s also so much more than that. Woodbine Mall is also home to Fantasy Fair, an indoor amusement park that serves a pretty important purpose for anyone with kids. Canada’s Wonderland may not be that far off from the Lexington Condominium Residences, but it’s most certainly not open year-round. Residents can also spend the day at the Woodbine Racetrack, and while children under 18 aren’t allowed to bet, they are welcome to watch the races.
Yet another great thing about living in the Rexdale, West Humber, and Clairville neighbourhood is the abundance of green space in the area. Residents can spend time exploring parks along the Humber River, such as the Humber Arboretum and Humberwood Park. More extreme nature enthusiasts can also visit the Clairville Conservation Area, an 848-acre piece of land filled with rare bird species and even a couple of white deer.
Although 840 Queens Plate Dr is a ways away from a subway station, that doesn’t mean residents need cars to get around. Residents can travel as far as Union Station in just over one hour by using a combination of buses and the UP Express train. Even Pearson International Airport can be reached in around 35 minutes via the 927 and 52 TTC buses.
As for those who do drive, living so close to the 427 comes in handy. Accessible via an on-ramp on Rexdale Boulevard, this major highway transports drivers north toward the 407 and south to the 401 and the Gardiner Expressway.
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